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Name: Henry E Myer

Birth/Established: 1835   Death/Dissolved: March 19, 1881

 


Biography:  
  Henry E. Myer was born in Buffalo, New York. In 1850 he was living in Ashland County, Ohio with master builder Ozias Kinney, working as a carpenter. Kinney had commissions for the Ashland and Crawford County Courthouses. Myer began work as a draftsman in 1866 in Cleveland. He formed a two-year partnership with Eugene Holmes. In Cleveland he designed the Ryder Photographic Gallery, Broadway Mills, the Broadway Opera House, and Heil's Block. He designed several county courthouses throughout Ohio. In the 1880 census he was living at the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum. He died at the age of 44 in 1881. Myer's career happened before Cleveland required building permits (1888), so there is little evidence of his work in Cleveland. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1866
West 6th Street at Frankfort
Cleveland
Demolished
1867-8
602-16 East Main Street
Alliance
Demolished
1868

Canton
unknown
1868-70
NW Corner Market and Tuscarawas
Canton
Standing
1869
101-9 South Market Street
Canton
unknown
1869
551-9 Broadway
Cleveland
Demolished
1869
933 Market Avenue North
Canton
Demolished
1869
1857-9 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1871
401-9 South Market Street
Canton
Demolished
1872
239 Superior Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1872
NW corner Market and Tuscarawas
Canton
Demolished
1873
16 Washington
Millersburg
Demolished
1874

Sandusky
Standing
1874
1861-65 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1874-5

Cleveland
Demolished
1874-7

Zanesville
Standing
1875

Washington Twp, Stark County
Unknown
1875
240-8 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1876
Sycamore Street
Sandusky
Standing
1878

Newark
Standing
1880

Athens
Standing